Science discovery analysis, Astronomy news and Space Mission Exploration.

Month: January 2020

How did phosphorus monoxide reach the earth, and how was it formed.

How did life on earth begin?  And what kind of reaction there has been, to start life on earth, by this, scientists have given many theories on how life started on earth. Well we know that for life physical  Elements and biological elements have played a big role, because there are some elements, without which […]

What is the Caldwell Catalog, and what is it considered.

Ever since the Universe has been created, there have been countless objects in the Universe since it began to form after the Big Bang, which also includes our Milky Way Galaxy, including many more, such as the Milky Way, the Comet, the Nebula, Stars, Planet etc. Hello guys, my surendra uikey, and today in this […]

There are 11 new astronauts from NASA, who have been selected for NASA next mission.

Who is not, who has no dream, if the thing is to make an astronaut, according to me, to make an astronaut for a person who is interested in space, will be nothing short of a dream, NASA is an astronaut  Bane, perhaps everyone has a dream to create a space, but there are very […]

Why do scientists think that Venus has active volcanoes.

Venus is a terrestrial planet, due to its uniform size, gravity, and structure, it has been called the “sister planet” of the Earth, with about 80% of the surface of the planet Venus covered by smooth and volcanic plains, and the same 70% saline ridges. Of plains, and 10% is made of smooth or plastered […]

How NASA scientists observe the sun at different wavelengths.

Sun is the biggest object of our solar system, and we all know how important sunlight is for us, what?  The sun can be tested by the sun’s rays, yes, because NASA scientists observe the sun at different wavelengths. When a photograph of the sun was taken with a standard camera, this familiar image shows […]

Blazars are a kind of highly variable source.

A blazar is an active galactic nucleus, a jet traveling at the speed of light composed of ionized matter, blazers are powerful sources of emission in the electromagnetic spectrum, seen as sources of high energy gamma ray photons. Blazars are a type of highly variable source, often passing over a short period of time, with […]

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Some 10 things about Hubble space telescope. Appears as a swirling wall of smoke in NGC 6530.